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Emma Hislop

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Emma Hislop (Kāi Tahu) is a writer living in Taranaki. Her first book of short fiction, Ruin, was published in March 2023 with Te Herenga Waka University Press. Her writing has been published here and overseas, including The Listener, Action Spectacle, Metro, The Spinoff and The Pantograph Punch. She has a Masters in Creative Writing. In 2023 she was awarded the Michael King International Residency at Varuna House. Emma is part of Te Hā Taranaki, a collective for Māori writers, established in 2019. She is currently working on a novel.

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Art07.02.24

Art stimulates memory and makes us remember who we are. Emma Hislop reflects on the Māori art canon and questions the inclusivity of art galleries during a visit to The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.

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